Main Street, Flintham, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5LA | Property for sale | Savills
2,104 sq ft(195.47 sq m)
Guide price £1,150,000

Main StreetFlintham, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5LA

    Key features

    • Grade II Listed Barn Conversion
    • Equestrian Facilities
    • Four bedrooms, three bathrooms
    • Three reception rooms
    • Two-Storey Guest Annexe
    • Stables, two paddocks & menage
    • Sought after village
    • Viewing essential

    A substantial, impressive Grade II period home being beautifully presented and offering extensive, versatile accommodation nestling on a generous plot of about 2.72 acres.

    About this property

    • A stunning four bedroomed residence with additional self contained annex / guest accommodation set within extensive grounds totalling about 2.72 acres. This impressive Grade II listed barn conversion has been sympathetically renovated over the years to provide exceptional, versatile accommodation over two floors.

      The property boasts stables, tack room and two paddocks for those with an equestrian interest.

      Ground floor- Front entrance door opening through to reception lobby with radiator and doors leading off to:

      Cloaks / shower room, low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, towel radiator, shower cubicle and tiled floor.

      Sitting room, double glazed French doors to the front, radiator, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, a recessed chimney breast alcove with a feature log-burning stove and feature fireplace surround.

      Dining kitchen, a delightful room with shaker style base and wall units with honed granite work surfaces, an undermount 1 1/2 bowl sink unit with mixer tap, two double glazed windows to the rear elevation, double glazed French doors to the front, dual fuel range cooker with cooker hood above, integrated dishwasher and microwave, vaulted ceiling, exposed beams, tiled flooring, radiator and cover.

      Utility / rear porch, quarry tiled floor, double glazed window, in-built floor to ceiling storage cupboards, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a fridge freezer and door to the rear.

      Family room, double glazed French doors to the front and rear elevations, radiator, exposed beams and further double glazed window.

      Dining hall, a dual aspect room with double glazed full height windows to the rear and front elevations. Part flagstone flooring, radiator with cover and stairs to the first floor.

      Bedroom four/ living room, double glazed French doors to the rear elevation, radiator, further double glazed windows to the front and side.

      First floor - Landing, exposed beams access to the roof and doors leading off to:

      Bedroom One, vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, two double glazed Velux windows, radiator, walk-in wardrobe and further double glazed window.

      En suite bathroom, panel bath, low-level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, double glazed Velux window, towel radiator, part tiled floor and walls.

      Bedroom Two, exposed beams, radiator, laminate floor and two double glazed Velux windows.

      Bedroom Three, radiator laminate floor and two double glazed Velux windows.

      Family bathroom, freestanding bath, low level WC, vanity unit incorporating wash hand basin, towel radiator, exposed beams, double glazed Velux window and tiled floor.

      Annex / Guest accommodation - a fantastic open plan studio area providing versatile additional accommodation which comprises: Living area, kitchen, bedrooms area, shower room and a separate W/C. Vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and bi-fold doors to the front. A staircase gives access to an additional bedroom / office space with sloping ceilings.

      Outside - Gravel driveway, leading off the main road giving access to the property and sweeping round to the rear. The grounds are about 2.72 acres and comprise a range of formal gardens and equestrian facilities, seating areas, double garage, stables, tack room and store room.

      Double garage, two sets of wooden doors, power and light.

      Formal gardens - to the front there is a cottage garden with a variety of shrubs, patio area and pathway to the front entrance.

      Rear gardens, a large area laid mainly to lawn, multiple seating areas, decked bridge over a generous fish pond and water feature.

      Equestrian facilities - Manege - A large professional exercise manege constructed by Tackright Arenas to the north of the gravelled entrance area with a gated access point.

      Stable block to include - A fenced stable area with two canopied lined loose boxes, a hay store and tack room with mains water and electricity. External lighting/sensor security lighting and water point.

      Paddocks - An extensive area of grassland split into two fenced paddocks offering easily managed grazing, controlled by mains electric fencing operated from the tack room. Water point in field one.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A charming blend of warmth and period character set in a highly popular countryside rural village, I love the views over the paddocks.

    Ian MarriottProperty agent

    Local information

    • Flintham is a highly regarded Conservation village on the edge of the Vale of Belvoir and is known for its rich history, picturesque landscapes, and tight-knit community. Nestled amidst the rolling countryside, Flintham offers a serene and idyllic setting that attracts residents seeking a tranquil lifestyle away from the urban hustle. Surrounded by open fields and green spaces, Flintham is characterised by its traditional architecture and well-preserved historical buildings, giving the village a distinctive and timeless charm. The area is often appreciated for its rural beauty, making it a perfect destination for nature lovers, walkers, and those who enjoy outdoor activities.
    • While Flintham exudes a peaceful ambience, it is not far removed from modern conveniences. The village features local amenities such as a cosy pub, a village hall, a museum, a church, a community shop, a good primary school, a sports field, a playground and community events. The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunities for exploration, with walking trails, nature reserves, and stunning vistas inviting residents to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of Nottinghamshire. Flintham is also well-connected to the thriving market towns of Bingham and Newark on Trent. Newark Northgate station has a fast direct rail link into London Kings Cross in a scheduled time of 85-90 minutes

    Additional information

    • Rushcliffe Borough Council
    • Band F
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F